Originally from Sydney and after a 10 year award-winning career as a drag queen showgirl, Kitty Glitter gracefully bowed out of her spotlight on stage and into the DJ booth in 2007. Since then, she has shined on dance floors not only in Australia and New Zealand, but across Asia, USA, Canada and most recently in Europe and India.
Most loved for her unique blend of remixed pop and uplifting vocal house music, the crowds lick up every bit of sparkle she shines on them at every event she plays at. Whether it be at bar and club or circuit party, Kitty delivers it in flawless fashion.
Consistently in the top 10 most popular downloaded podcasts on Podomatic year round, it is no wonder her loyal fan base grows with each new city she visits.
A regular at Pride events and festivals, her purrrfect package of glamour and dance music is without a doubt a highlight for every party she spins at. Constantly touring, she is happiest when sharing her love and passion for dance music around the world. Her playful purrrsona and vibes are addictive and everyone knows, when Kitty Glitter is on the decks, you’re gonna get caught up in her exhilarating glitterstorm.
Soul Sensation Luke Antony, is one of the Australian music industry’s brightest stars. Inspired by the world’s great soul singers such as Stevie Wonder, Al Green and Brian McKnight, Luke has an impressive vocal range drawing comparisons to Guy Sebastian and Sam Smith.
At 27 years of age this popular performer, originally from North Queensland, continues to climb. Since winning two silver medals and a bronze at the prestigious World Championship of Performing Arts in Los Angeles in 2010 his star hasn’t stopped shining. Luke was thrilled to be chosen as the headline act for the 2016 Munich Pride Festival (CSD), one of the biggest events on the international LGBTQI calendar attracting 200,000 people from around the world every year. He also headlined the 2016 Pokolbin Pride Festival, the Hunter Valley’s first ever Pride event. A talented songwriter, Luke co-wrote and the single Fools Gold with brother-sister duo The White Light Orchestra in 2014, and featured on the track. His debut single 'Separate Ways', a funky electro/dance track was chosen as the theme song for the 2016 Munich Pride Festival and recently featured in the Clipped Music Video Festival at the Australian Film and Sound Archives.
Luke ended 2016 on a high note with his cover of Cyndi Lauper’s iconic hit True Colours well received, featuring Madeline Stewart, the world’s first supermodel with Down syndrome in the music video. 2017 has seen Luke’s rise continue. Not only did he headline the LGBT Awards at the Opera House in March, he also performed the coveted midnight show at the Official Mardi Gras After Party and his next highly anticipated single is due for release.
Luke finished 2017 as a headline performer at the inaugural Lord Mayor's Carols By Candlelight (presented by Channel 9) in Brisbane. A charismatic and engaging entertainer, Luke is a crowd favourite. He is in demand across popular Sydney venues, regularly entertains guests on P&O’s South Pacific cruises and has performed at community events including Townsville’s New Years Eve show and numerous Queensland Carols by Candlelight events. He has also proudly sung the National anthem at NRL and NBL matches. A proud member of the LGBTQI community Luke advocates for inclusion and LGBTQI issues. He brings an energetic and fresh style to his performances, and injects raw passion and enthusiasm into his music. Stay tuned for more great things from this talented young performer.
Alfie Arcuri was crowned the winner of The Voice 2016, beating out one of the most competitive fields the show has ever seen. Since winning the popular television show, Universal Music recording artist Alfie has focused his sights on writing and releasing his own original material. After completing his first widely successful 'My Story, Our Journey’ tour across the country, Alfie has spent the last year collaborating with some of the world’s most sought after songwriters and producers both locally and in the US. He has tapped into a surprising, vulnerable space that underpins his first self-penned single, ‘If They Only Knew’ released in July 2017, which has reached two million on all platforms.
Alfie has established himself as a well-known and respected artist in the Australian entertainment industry with a loyal fan base that is constantly growing. His presence has also been used to promote and support various charities and initiatives including representation in the LGBTI community. His second self-penned single 'Love is Love' featured prominently during the recent Marriage Equality debate and was the official anthem of the campaign. Although Alfie previously spent a decade immersed in the world of architecture, he is finally where he wants to be, amidst the music industry. He declares, “Being an architect allowed me to be creative, but ultimately, it was a job. Music is my absolute passion, it’s in my blood, and nothing has ever made me feel the way that making music does. This is 100% me.” Alfie is presently in the studio preparing his new EP, set for release later this year.
Country songstress Beccy Cole has delighted Australian listeners and concertgoers for more than twenty years. The Adelaide-born star’s glowing warmth,honeyed voice, bawdy sense of humour and perpetual smile have helped make Beccy one of the nation’s best-loved and most celebrated artists. With her stunning tenth release 'Sweet Rebecca', Beccy colours these winning qualities with bittersweet remembrance and reflection on her life thus far – both onstage and off.
With nine Golden Guitars to her name (including four for Female Vocalist of the Year), as well as multiple ARIA Top 10 Country and Top 40 Mainstream albums, a Top 10 DVD, three gold-certified releases, and more than a dozen No. 1 Australian country singles, Beccy Cole is one of Australia’s most successful singer-songwriters.
Jamarz on Mars
Jamarz On Marz is made for the future. From another planet. From outer space. A lyricist. A boundary pusher. Hard hitting. Soulful. Beats. Bars. Finding inspiration in Lisa Simpson he began playing the saxophone – mastering alto and soprano - and making music at nine years old. By fourteen he had written his first rap. Jamarz unique sound draws from influences such as Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott while expressing and connecting his ideas of social injustices through intricate beats.
At the age of sixteen, Jamarz On Marz released his first two singles, 'Resurrection', about being an outcast in his small rural hometown called for powerful retribution to rain on the local kids and bullies messing with his mind, and the follow-up single 'Make Way', foretold of a future which was calling Jamarz On Marz towards the world’s biggest stages, leaving his foes buried in the monotony of their small-minded existence. By seventeen Jamarz was starting to make a habit of traveling hours to the city and sneaking into hip-hop gigs with fake ID and a story to tell.
After dropping his more recent singles 'North', 'Minimum Wage' and 'Complexion 4 Protection' Jamarz was tapped as a national finalist in the Unisounds live music competition – one of only 5 finalists selected from across Australia, and the only hip-hop artist – before supporting UK MC Ocean Wisdom on his 2017 Australian tour.
Living on the fringes of Australia’s largest city in the scenic Blue Mountains provides a natural counterpoint for Jamarz nocturnal forays deep into the Sydney underground and of his own mind. Jamarz On Marz has already started to attract the attention of the industry and collaborations are in no short supply.
With no shortage of societal opinion Jamarz On Marz aspires to shape his music into a platform as a creative force, to be an author for underrepresented communities such as women, LGBTQI, people of color and other minorities. Jamarz On Mars aspires to make music that challenges the social normality and stands the test of time while uniting people of all different planets.